Tag Archives: Audible

TKC 439 Darlene’s 2016 Technology Review

My Wife Darlene  Interview ‪starts at 12:28 and ends at 44:58 “What’s great about Audible is you still get to hear a story. You’re not reading it, but you’re still getting a story. And for me sometimes when I get stuck on stuff in my studio, it’s just keeping me in the room long enough […]

TKC 357 Prof. Krystine Batcho

Professor at Le Moyne College   Interview starts at 17:02 and ends at 44:15   If it keeps your attention, and you’re enjoying it, and it’s making you think—that’s the book for you. News “Trade Sales Fell in February” by Jim Milliot at Publishers Weekly – June 5, 2014 BEA panel on Publishing in China […]

TKC 353 Robert Martin at NMX

Director of the Isaacson School for New Media, Colorado Mountain College Presentation starts at 5:32 and ends at 43:55 In the 1930s, Walter Benjamin wrote, “The illiterate of the future will not be the man who cannot read the alphabet but the one who cannot take a photograph.” I mean could this guy see far ahead, or […]

TKC 347 Tom Semple

Software Quality Engineer in Santa Clara, California  Interview starts at 13:06 and ends at 39:32 So if you have Evernote installed on your Fire, then it will be one of the options. You can put it directly into your notebook. It’s not quite as slick as I’d like, but it’s better than copy and paste. […]

TKC 325 Donald Katz

Founder and CEO of Audible, Inc. Interview starts at 8:05 I think we’ve done a lot to change the quality of the performances, and  the perception of the performances in the entertainment, and the learning and the retention values and everything that causes people to want to read. Show Notes and Links: News “Amazon Closes Muliti-Year […]

Amazon’s Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX) panel at New Media Expo – LiveBlog

Audible, a unit of Amazon, is presenting a panel at New Media Expo on the Audiobook Creation Exchange. The head of Audible, Jason Ojalvo, is on the panel, along with others who have used ACX. Here we go:

TKC 254 Tom Semple

Software quality engineer and valued tech resource in the world of eReaders Interview Starts at 15:29 With a book you just dog-ear the pages or you stick in sticky notes. You can get to one place in the book and flip back and forth really easily. And most of the reading systems, at least from main […]

Hearing is Believing: How I Dove Even Deeper Into The Impact Equation by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith

I have been reading  The Impact Equation: Are You Making Things Happen or Just Making Noise? by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith for more than five months. This is not because I am a slow reader, although I am a slow reader. I got the idea for an experiment in immersive reading from my interview with Brogan on […]

Amazed (Again) by Amazon’s Customer Service

Send to Kindle Those of you who, like me, have come to expect Amazon to provide amazing customer service, may find yourselves from time to asking, “This is a crazy request, but I wonder if they might go along with it.” After my experience this week, I want to urge you to give them a […]

TKC 186 Brad Stone

News – 1) As reported by The New York Times and Publishers Weekly, Amazon removes thousands of books distributed by the Independent Publishers Group (IPG) in a showdown over terms of a contract renewal. 2) In a count of books sold and borrowed during a single week in Canada, ebooks accounted for 10 percent of the […]